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In the ever-changing realm of fashion, knitwear is a staple style that’s here to stay. Knitwear pairs style with comfort and coziness, making it a timeless classic for your winter wardrobe. The patterns of knitwear add additional texture to any statement piece and provided added warmth throughout the cooler months. Whether you’re seeking the perfect knit sweater or accessories to stay warm, browse our eight favorite knit pieces below!
1. Ann Taylor, Cable Knit Hat,
Every winter wardrobe needs a staple knit hat. This Ann Taylor Cable Knit hat offers warmth and fashion in a neutral color to rock all season long.
2. Shopbop, UGG Rib Knit Slouchy Crew Socks, $24.66
Winter temperatures call for warm, knit socks! These UGG Rib Knit crew socks from Shopbop are guaranteed to keep your feet warm in boots or loafers throughout the cooler months.
3. Anthropologie, The Upside Ziggy Karlie Knit Top, $159.99
Why limited knitwear to accessories? Rock a statement knit sweater like the Upside Ziggy Karlie Knit Top to stay warm and trendy.
Style a knitted headband to provide warmth while pairing with your favorite winter attire.
Looking for a cozy winter matching set? Shop the Anthropologie slouchy knit tee to incorporate the warmth of knitwear into your favorite loungewear set.
6. Ann Taylor, Cable Knit Scarf,
Choose a classic snow-colored knit scarf to keep you warm and effortlessly trendy throughout the winter.
No matter your favorite winter activity, mittens are a must have! From a stroll to the coffee shop to a day of cross-country skiing, pair these Kate Spade knit mittens with any winter outfit for warmth and hand protection.
Barbie-mania may be fading away, but the color pink is here to stay! Shop our favorite Marcus Adler knit scarf in a light pink perfect for winter.
Looking for more cool weather fashion inspiration? Check out our stylish and practical guide to layering for the fall and winter months!
Megan Savary is a Freelance Blog Writer for Blender Networks and recent Bachelor of Public Relations graduate. Based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Megan enjoys reading, skiing and traveling – her favorite destination so far is Tokyo, Japan!